Ray Edwards may be a buttmunch in general, but when it comes to the issue of Brett Favre getting special treatment after he joins the Vikings, he gets it.
One specific thing Edward advises is that Favre forgo the personal locker room he had in New York and just be one of the guys.
“You’ve got to go to war with these guys,” Edwards said. “If you don’t want to share a locker room with them, that’s kind of b.s.”
Edwards added, “Everybody else has got to share a locker room. What makes you so different?”
He’s dead-on with this. Of course, Brad Childress and the organization will not take Ray’s advice, but will instead acquiesce to every diva-like demand Favre sets before them. Not only will they give him his own locker room, they’ll probably provide him with his own wing at Winter Park, a private jet so he can fly back to Mississippi and get in a few hours of grass-cutting during the week, and a special Brett-only shop at the Mall of America stocked to the gills with Wranglers, Prilosec and Vicodin.